Question about KitchenAid KFP750 Food Processor
Posted by Anonymous on
All the adapter did was enable you to put 240VAC straight into your 110/120VAC coffee maker. You needed a step down transformer to drop the voltage from 240 to 120 VAC. This is not what you wanted to hear but you have damaged your coffee maker substantially by using the wrong voltage. Also the US version is designed for 60 HZ power vs AU 50 Hz power unless stated otherwise on the input power data plate.
Damage that has probably taken place:
1. Motor PN 8211837
2. Relay and Switch assembly PN: 8212011. .
3. Capacitor PN 8211608
Cost to repair... will be close to total replacement value due to shipping costs & customs of replacement parts
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Posted on May 13, 2011
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